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Description: Sound recording of Lucille Kendall's interviews with Clemmie Shuck Barry documenting Barry's activities as an organizer for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) in the 1930s, her involvement in the Communist Party in San Francisco in the late 1930s and 1940s, and her efforts to integrate housing in Marin County, Calif., in the 1950s.
Collection Guide: Barry (Clemmie S.) Oral History
Manuscript Call Number: MS 3251
Cassette Call Number: CT 21.1-21.9
California Historical Society
678 Mission Street
San Francisco, California 94105
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This audio is part of the collection: California Historical Society
It also belongs to collections: stream_only; California Light and Sound; Cultural & Academic Films
Source: 9 tapes of 9: audiocassette master - 2 track stereo
Keywords: californialightandsound; Barry, Clemmie Shuck; Strikes and lockouts--Clothing trade--Virginia; Women labor leaders--United States; Communists--California; Discrimination in housing--California--Marin County; Norfolk (Va.); Richmond (Va.); San Francisco (Calif.)